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Designer Digs2 of 7
By Elizabeth Stamp
You’ve seen their creations on the racks and red carpets. Now discover top fashion designers’ most personal creations—their homes. Whether they reside in Milan or Kentucky, the fashion industry’s boldface names retreat to spaces as eye-catching as their work, ranging from tailored and traditional to colorful and eclectic.
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The dining room of sportswear designer Adam Lippes’s NYC apartment showcases pieces from the designer’s collection of vintage furnishings, like a 1930s FontanaArte table, Joseph Hoffman chairs, and Thonet benches. Tord Boontje’s Blossom chandelier and a hand-painted silk wallcovering add softness and sparkle.
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Milan à la Mode4 of 7
Brian Atwood took inspiration from the runways and used tactile materials and accents when decorating his Milan apartment. The Milo Baughman armchair is upholstered in the same suede Atwood uses in his shoe and handbag designs, while the chenille sofa is topped with a fur throw and fringed pillows.
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Peter Som shied away from sticking to a singular look when decorating his apartment in NYC's West Village, opting to use items he loved, regardless of period and style. The chic mix includes vintage Osvaldo Barsani dining chairs, a Saarinen table, a midcentury armchair from Housing Works thrift shop covered in Cowtan & Tout’s Ocelot cotton, and a photograph by Nan Golden.
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Colorful Character6 of 7
Nanette Lepore called on Jonathan Adler to help make her Manhattan townhouse as whimsical as her fashion designs. In the sitting area of the master bedroom, vintage sconces, a mirrored cocktail table, and a silver chair and ottoman add a dose of Hollywood glamour, while curtains of an aqua linen by Clarence House and an antique love seat keep the mood lively.
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Ralph Lauren’s Manhattan dining room epitomizes the fashion designer’s restrained yet sophisticated aesthetic. Vintage light fixtures create a focal point above the sleek dining table and leather-upholstered chairs by Ralph Lauren Home, while a custom-made zebra-skin mirror lends an exotic touch.
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